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Columbia/Legacy reissues Tosh albums Featured

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Columbia/Legacy Records, a subsidiary of Sony Music International. will re-issue Legalize It and Equal Rights, Peter Tosh's landmark albums for Columbia Records, on June 21.

A statement from Columbia/Legacy said Legalize It: Legacy Edition and Equal Rights: Legacy Edition, revisit two of the most powerful statement albums in popular music, complete with liner notes, previously unreleased demos and out-takes from their recording sessions.

It is the second time in 12 years that Columbia/Legacy will reissue the albums, which were first released by Columbia Records in 1976 and 1977, respectively. They will coincide with the 40th anniversary of the National Organisation for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) of which Tosh was a supporter.

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